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Empowering ethical brand A Black and White Story

Combining ethical manufacturing, empowering motifs and street-style chic, streetwear label A Black and White Story is returning with its second collection.

After a debut collection which attracted Beyoncé as a fan, and Harvey Nichols and Fenwick as stockists, fledgling ethical brand A Black and White Story (ABAWS) has launched its second casual collection.

The new, expanded Dictionary collection includes T-shirts, hoodies and jogging pants, as well as activewear and sleepwear for women. For spring 17, ABAWS will also launch an outerwear collection. The range features ironic definitions for words such as “rebel”, “alpha” and “warrior”.

Behind the designs themselves, ABAWS focuses strongly on ethical manufacturing, inspecting production at every stage of the process to ensure garments are produced to a high ethical standard.

Wholesale prices range from £18 to £60.

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